Andy Watters, MA student in International Political Economy, tells us about his internships with the FSA; how the experience helped him secure a graduate role and where it could take him in future. What was your work experience? In the summers of both my second and final years I worked as a summer intern at the … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Show what you know: the key to interview success
The ‘why’ questions are an integral part of any interview process. John Edwards, Graduate Recruitment Manager at the BT Group, explains why they matter and how to answer them. Yes, it’s competitive Graduate recruitment selection processes are becoming more and more competitive as the leading universities globally deliver more and more highly qualified and talented students … Continue reading
Should you take a stop-gap job?
It’s easy to feel despondent about the graduate market; headlines screaming out news of 52 applicants chasing every vacancy, are enough to weaken the resolve of the most resilient job seeker. So should you be taking a low skilled, stop-gap job to cushion yourself against unemployment or wait for something better? It ain’t what you do, it’s … Continue reading
Beyond the Warwick bubble
Thanks to Emily for providing this entertaining and thought-provoking ‘retrospective’ of her time at Warwick… Three years at Warwick have come to an end – I’ve left the ‘bubble’ for the last time, sold my books and destroyed three years of notes. It’s an interesting time to be a graduate. After this week I’ll be … Continue reading